Archive - Oct 5, 2011
Seems the Interscholastic League is revising its realignment policies, which could be interpreted as a sign that the stateâ€™s governing body for high school athletics is not turning a deaf ear when its constituents speak up.
Sticking primarily with how these tweaks impact the football side, the idea of altering everything from how often realignment takes place to the specific formula that mathematically helps place teams in one division as opposed to another is something that will surely help to keep the overall product fresh.
Weekends donâ€™t get any bigger than this one when it comes to the race for the Division II-B title and the other three playoffs spots up for grabs.
On Friday night, Tolman carries its 3-0 record into Pariseau Field for a 7 p.m. contest against Mount Hope (2-1), while on Saturday afternoon, the divisionâ€™s other 3-0 team, West Warwick, hosts St. Raphael (2-1) in a 1:30 p.m. affair.
Claire M. Plamondon
WOONSOCKET- Claire M. (Rajotte) Plamondon, 79, of Woonsocket, passed away from her earthly life, to her eternal life with God, on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 8 P.M. at Rhode Island Hospital, of respiratory failure, after a thirty-one year battle with cancer. Her husband and children were by her side
Born in Central Falls, RI she was the daughter of the late Emile and Yvonne (Busiere) Rajotte.
WOONSOCKET- Engram, George, 82 of Park Avenue, Woonsocket, died October 3, 2011 in Good Samaritan Medical Center, Brockton MA. He was the son of the late Manuel and the late Martha (Miller) Engram.
He was employed as a short-order cook for many years. He was a resident of Woonsocket for 5 years. He was a member of St. James Baptist Church.
Linda D. Selima
WOONSOCKET- Linda D. (Courtney) Selima, 56, of Darwin St., passed away on Monday with her family by her side. She was the loving wife of Charles Selima and the loving daughter of Bernice (Forsythe) Courtney of Bellingham, MA. and the late James Courtney.
Besides her husband and mother she leaves 4 sons, Benjamin, Jason, Aaron and Daniel Selima all of Woonsocket, 2 daughters Rachel and Sarah Selima both of Woonsocket, also 3 sisters Sandra Courtney of Hopedale, MA., Theresa Sousa of Hudson, MA., and Mary Courtney of Bellingham, MA.
NO. SMITHFIELD Christopher J. Johnson, 42, of Circle Dr., died Saturday, October 1, 2011 in Landmark Medical Center.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of Edwin, Jr. and Lucille (Godfrin) Johnson of No. Smithfield.
Mr. Johnson was a Computer Consultant, with his father, for Edco, No. Smithfield and also worked for Key Consultants. He was an avid boater and NASCAR fan. Mr. Johnson was loved by all who knew him and will be greatly missed.
Walter E. Greenlund
WOONSOCKET- Walter E. Greenlund, 63, of Delray Beach, FL died Monday, October 3, 2011 while visiting in Rhode Island.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Walter W. and Doris M. (Cournoyer) Greenlund.
Mr. Greenlund worked for General Motors in Framingham and Interstate Towing in Woonsocket, retiring in 2004. He served as a Sargeant in the US Air Force during the Vietnam War. Wally liked watching baseball and going fishing but especially enjoyed spending time with his family and was considered the number one fan at his grandchildren's sporting events.
GLOCESTER- Sederback, George H., 75, of Chepachet died Friday, September 30 at his home surrounded by his family.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late, Oscar and Anna (Heggfors) Sederback.
He had graduated from the University of RI and worked at Taft Pierce Manufacturing in Woonsocket and Supfina Machine Company as a Senior Machinery Engineer before retiring in 2007.
George was also a master carpenter, woodworker and a talented musician. He was a member of Friendship Lodge #7 in Chepachet. He was an Army Veteran.
NO. SMITHFIELD- Sofia (Kyryliw) Sofia (Stasesin) Sokolski Kyryliw, passed away peacefully with her family at her bedside just before her 90th birthday. She was the beloved wife of the late John Kyryliw.
Born in Magic Mala, Croatia, Sofia came to the United States in 1961 and settled in Woonsocket, RI. She worked at the Finkelstein Mill for over 20 years as a seamstress and inspector. For the last 24 years she lived in No. Smithfield. RI. Sofia was a member of St. Michael's Ukrainian Catholic Church and Ladies Sodality.
Woonsocket Mayor Leo T. Fontaine presents the honorary Key to the City to Thomas Ward, 2011Autumnfest Grand Marshal, and publisher of the Valley Breeze, during a ceremony in his honor at the Bank of America lobby in Woonsocket Tuesday evening.